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Lois Russell, The Ins and Outs of Random Weaving, Fiber and Baskets
Oct 1 - Oct 4

The Ins and Outs of Random Weaving

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Random weave is a technique that can go natural with wisteria, bark, and dried iris leaves, or urban with wire and found objects. Working big or small, this versatile weave can be open or tight. Learn the basics by creating a piece of about 6" diameter, then broaden your horizons to explore the wide range of materials and many ways you can use random weave to define spaces and shapes with your own designs. No supply fee; an instructor kit fee of $50 is payable during the class.

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Registration opens on December 1